Find Walker County Alabama civil service commissions (CSC) and labor boards. Civil service commissions provide information about civil service exams, tests and results, civil service recruitment, department of personnel, CSC websites, and civil servant jobs.
The Walker County Civil Service Commission is a government agency responsible for ensuring fairness and protecting the merit basis of government personnel systems in Walker County, AL. Civil Service Commissions minimize political influence in the relationship between Walker County government employers and their employees. The oversight powers of a Civil Service Commission reach across a wide range of personnel practices, including recruitment, hiring, position classifications, promotions, disciplinary actions, and removals.You may contact the Civil Service Commission for questions about:
Civil Service Commissions, or agencies with similar roles and responsibilities, are found at every level of government. Alabama State statute or local charters and ordinances establish the powers and duties of Civil Service Commissions. Civil Service Commissions respond to appeals and complaints filed by Walker County public employees and job applicants. Alabama Civil Service Commissions typically have the authority to issue rulings based on appeals or complaints they have investigated. At the Walker County and local level, Civil Service Commissions make advisory rulings to the local Walker County legislative bodies or another authority.Employment & Labor Practices
At the Walker County and local level, the role of a Walker County Civil Service Commission reviews and approves of certain personnel practices. Changes or additions to the position classification system, Walker County civil service examinations and tests used for testing job applicants, job descriptions, and other personnel practices may require approval by the Civil Service Commission before they can be implemented. Local Walker County Civil Service Commissions may govern employment for functions, such as fire, police, or education.Civil Service Commission Membership
The members of the Walker County Civil Service Commission are appointed by the chief elected official, the legislative body, or a combination of the two. Rules governing membership are designed to achieve a degree of political balance by limiting the number of members each party may have on the Commission. Some Commissions place further restrictions on membership, such as prohibitions against appointments of individuals who are office holders in a political party.